We show the ART that generates global cultural conversations! From left to right, artist Lisa Levy in "The Artist is Humbly Present," artist Brian Andrew Whiteley in "The Legacy Stone aka The Donald Trump Tombstone," and artist Vincent Tiley in "Silent Heat." Click the images above to access the news/video articles.


We show the work that expands the definition of ART and its genres! From left to right, artist Andrew Cornell Robinson in "An Accidental Revolutionary, A Fruit Bowl Manifesto," artist John Hanning in "I Survived AIDS," and artist Linda Griggs in "What To Do With the Body" Click the images above to access the news/video articles.

 
 


Christopher Stout Gallery, New York has rebranded our gallery name to Art During The Occupation Gallery, Bushwick in correlation with a gallery structure change to a not for profit organization.

Our new name serves as a constant statement of protest against our current national leadership.

MORE THAN EVER, our gallery will remain steadfast in its mission to show subversive and difficult work, serving as a platform for discourse on work that is challenging to authority paradigms, feminist, queer, anti-establishment, hyper-aggressive, mystic, and/or joyously sexual.

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Art During the Occupation Gallery, Bushwick

(formerly Christopher Stout Gallery, New York)

119 Ingraham Street
Ground Floor Main Gallery at Brooklyn Fire Proof Building
Brooklyn, New York 11237

Metro Stop: L Train, Morgan Street Stop 

Gallery Hours: Friday and Saturday Noon-6:00pm, Sunday 1-5pm, and also by private appointment.

Website: www.art-during-the-occupation-gallery.com
E-mail: ArtDuringTheOccupationGallery@gmail.com
Instagram: @ArtDuringTheOccupationGallery
Facebook: www.facebook.com/ArtDuringTheOccupationGallery/


An HONORABLE mention!!! Our gallery name change from Christopher Stout Gallery, New York to Art During the Occupation Gallery, Bushwick is cited in an article by Carl Swanson in New York Magazine titled, "Is Political Art the Only Art That Matters Now?" regarding the art world “going to war” with Trump… click the image above to access the online version of the article.